Clarion Hotel at the Palace

Address: 2820 W Hwy 76, Branson, Missouri, 65615, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2820 W Hwy 76, Branson, is near Presley's Country Jubilee, Baldknobbers Jamboree, Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, and Buck Trent Breakfast Theater.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Clarion Hotel at the Palace Branson

    Wonderful stay


    The Clarion was wonderful. We took our youth group to Silver Dollar City Young Christian's weekend and stayed two nights at the Clarion. The rooms were great. They were very clean and roomy. They do have exterior doors, which I was unware of until our stay. The premises seem secure though. They have a microwave and frig in each room. The breakfast has plenty to offer. There is a nice indoor and outdoor pool area.The location is great, you can walk to many resturants. The service is just great. My husband and I often stay in 3 and 4 star hotels and the service at this hotel topped any we have stayed at. It is a very laid back atomsphere all around Branson and the hotel compliments that. We will defintely continue to stay here in the future. *Our church found a coupon on ---interstatetravelbuddy---. We paid only $59.95 a night.

    Great Location


    My wife and I stayed at the Clarion for five nights in mid-December. We had a room overlooking the strip with a small balcony (the reservations staff was very helpful in getting us the type of room I was looking for). Decor was pleasant, with a table and several chairs in a small sitting area giving us a nice view of Christmas decorations across the street at Baldknobbers. The room size was adequate and the room was very clean. The window was small as part of the wall facing the street had a door to a small balcony. The parking is usually adequate (unless they rent the dining room to an outside party which happened the last night we were there; this happens only several times prior to Christmas). The parking lot slopes down away from the hotel so there is a strenuous walk if one has to park near the bottom. Breakfast is run very well with Waffles as part of the offering. The location is in the center of everything.

    Clarion at the Palace is great!


    We stayed at the Clarion at the Palace for 6 nights in April 2005. I fell in love with the hotel and Branson! The Clarion was clean, beautiful, in a great location, and everyone here was helpful, friendly and courteous. The outdoor pool hadn't opened for the season yet, but the indoor pool was great and the grounds were beautiful. We walked to many attractions in the area including the ice cream parlor and restaurant across the street, and the shows located around the hotel. This is a great location for access to everything. The desk crew are extremely helpful for everything you may need. Make sure to ask for the route map to follow the "colored" paths around Branson. You will love Branson and the Clarion and, as we do, will want to go back.

    Great hotel with great service


    After returning from Branson for the first time, I was so pleased that we chose to stay at the Clarion. Just from my observation, we definitly had one of the nicest hotels on the strip. The location was good, not great. However, the atmosphere, service and amenities were awesome. The pool area was landscaped beautifully. The service was superb. Our rooms were emmaculate, which is very important to me. The choices were great at the free breakfast. We did skimp out on dining at the on site resturant due to extremely high prices but that was just personal preference. We had rather have the money for other activities. Overall, the experience of the Clarion was great and would reccommend spending slightly higher prices for all that you get.

    Best value for the amenities


    We like the Chateau, which is very nice, but if you would like to save some money and have great amenities too stay at the Clarion. It is very nice. The only think i can think that would help the hotel improve, is more patio loungers.

    Location location location


    This is where my church group stays every year. The reason is lower price and location, location location. Baldknobbers is across the street, Sadies restaurant is next door plus a pretty good restaurant at the hotel and a good free hot breakfast. Shopping next door. Dixie Stampede just up the street. Many major attractions are located within a few blocks of the hotel. The Clarion is what I would call pretty average. When we are on our own we stay at Bradford Inn on the hill which is excellent. But if you want a reasonable price, quiet facility and no surprises with a great location the Clarion should be considered.

    No Complaints Here!!


    Very Clean--Workers Were Polite--Great Location--Good Price!! No complaints! **I found the best rate on their site--about 10% off.

    You'll Be Glad You Did......


    This is a great place to stay...We stayed in Branson in August 2003...We were there for the Biddle Military Group Reunion...We had 25 in our group that were guests here...The Staff was VERY FRIENDLY and HELPED US anyway they could (THANKS AGAIN)...Everyone in our group was very pleased with everything...Including the Complimentary Breakfast...Our Beautiful(Very Clean) Rooms On The Same Floor...Use of the lounge area for our get-togethers...And just sitting around the beautiful pool area to talk...If we should ever be in Branson again for any reason...we will be making our reservations here...

    If you are planning a trip to Branson make your reservations here...You will be glad you did...

    Thanks for making this one of our best reunions ever...

    Kenny and Carla Swaney

    Palace was superb!


    My husband and I went to Branson in April 2003 and stayed at the Palace Inn for four nights. We had a room in the back near the pool area. We found the accommodations were just wonderful and would like to stay there again someday. The room was very comfortable and the continental breakfast was very good. The best part was the location and the neat and clean atmosphere and beautiful pool area. I have stayed several times in Branson, but these were the best accommodations I have experienced.

    Lovely Place to Stay


    Extremely friendly, service orientated, family run property. We are four sisters and our mom treated us to a week's vacation here.We rented the large family 2 bedroom unit (approximately 1400 sq.feet)and it was wonderfully furnished and fully equipped down to a washer/dryer. Two sisters stayed in a regular room and these were lovely, and a bonus is each room has it's own private outdoor balcony.

    The pool area was spectacular (indoor and outdoor) and there are 2 hot tubs.

    Complimentary breakfast was served each day in a private salon, toast, cereal, muffins, sweets and assorted hot and cold drinks. There is also a restaurant and a coffee shop on premises.

    Complimentary transportation for guests was a big plus! They have a limo and a suburban on the property...they would drive us to shows or shopping and pick us up. The staff were just excellent.

    I have travelled a lot and this was one of the nicest value priced properties I have stayed at.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Clarion Hotel at the Palace Branson

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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